Albion will not take any special measures to prevent Paul Pogba running the show at the Amex.

Boss Chris Hughton is an admirer of Manchester United's French World Cup winner.

Pogba continued his good form from the summer in Russia in United's opening Premier League win at home to Leicester but Hughton is not planning anything specific to stop his midfield influence in Sunday's clash (4pm).

Hughton said: "Nothing in particular. He's a very, very good player. We have to be guarded against that, tactically. But there are no special measures.

"He is capable of having a very good season. He's showed that in the summer, he showed that in good periods at United.

"He's a very good all-round footballer, a wonderful athlete, can break from midfield, and has shown a passing ability."

Hughton (below) has demanded an improved display from his players after the 2-0 defeat at Watford, where they failed to have a shot on target.

The Argus: He told The Argus: "There are going to be results that go against you but it's about performance. Generally if you perform well enough and get beat, as a manager and a team you can hold your hand up because you are up against a team that showed that real quality to score.

"If you've done most things right in a game then you accept it. That was the disappointing one (at Watford) and we spoke about it afterwards. The good thing is there's always an opportunity to change things."